With the Spaniards' arrival to Tenochtitlán, Mexican culture as we know it began to emerge with their racial, cultural and spiritual merging with the diverse pre-Hispanic inhabitants of those lands. The Concheros dances about which native Mexican, Alfredo Martinez, speaks to us, are just one representation of this fusion.
Many Latin American countries celebrate the Novena of Aguinaldos, a nine-day, Catholic-based holiday that includes music, food and prayer. Grace Pinzon, a Colombian woman living in Florida, shares with us how the novena is celebrated there.
Yago has a hard time understanding why Morena's pride is wounded when he helps her to get her job back. Still, he asks for her help in meeting Clotilde, an employee of the company who may have photos that are pertinent to Yago's past.
Recognizing that it often seems more difficult to make new friends as adults, rather than in our younger days, Natalia offers us some tips to do so.
A passionate cattle ranch owner tells us about the procedure at a Colombian dairy farm, including the entire process of cow milking.
Roberto Cardenas visits his old friend, Matilde, at her bar, where Celso is up to his usual shenanigans. Meanwhile at the Sirenios' company, the employee whose advances Morena spurned reveals her true nationality to Aldo.